Playboy #v17#7
(July 1970)

Playboy, 1953 Series
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Volume
17
Price
1.00 USD
Pages
202
Indicia Frequency
monthly
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
HMH Publishing Co., Inc.
Editing
Hugh M. Hefner (editor, publisher); A. C. Spectorsky (associate publisher, editorial director)

The individual issues of this series are each less than 50% comics. Only comics sequences are indexed and cover scans are accepted only if the issue has 10% indexed comics content.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 1)

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Script
Phil Interlandi [as Interlandi] (signed)
Pencils
Phil Interlandi [as Interlandi] (signed)
Inks
Phil Interlandi [as Interlandi] (signed)
Colors
Phil Interlandi [as Interlandi] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Er ... it's the man from Edison—there was a malfunction in the electric blanket.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A wife makes a flimsy excuse when her husband catches her in bed with another man.
Reprints
Keywords
adultery; electric blanket

Indexer Notes

Page 69. Edison reference in punchline refers to either Consolidated Edison or Commonwealth Edison, electric companies based in New York and Chicago, respectively.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 2)

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Script
Buck Brown (signed)
Pencils
Buck Brown (signed)
Inks
Buck Brown (signed)
Colors
Buck Brown (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
You were saying at the office today, Miss Dunsmore, that in this troubled world, we must learn to live together.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A man takes a woman's casual comment at the office as an invitation to move in.
Keywords
African-American; black; cigarette; smoking

Indexer Notes

Page 79. Noteworthy for the time that the woman is African-American and the man is white.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 3)

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Script
Dink Siegel (signed)
Pencils
Dink Siegel (signed)
Inks
Dink Siegel (signed)
Colors
Dink Siegel (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Prepare for the worst, Harold, I only took along enough pills for the two-week cruise.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A woman stranded with a man on a desert island after a shipwreck has some bad news.
Keywords
birth control; desert island; life preservers; palm tree; shipwreck

Indexer Notes

Page 85.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 4)

cartoon / 1 page (report information)

Script
Rowland B. Wilson (signed)
Pencils
Rowland B. Wilson (signed)
Inks
Rowland B. Wilson (signed)
Colors
Rowland B. Wilson (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
I'll be right with you, Captain. This will only take a minute!
Genre
humor; historical
Synopsis
A member of a Revolutionary War platoon takes time out to see a woman at a tavern.
Keywords
Minuteman; Revolutionary War; rifles; tavern

Indexer Notes

Page 95. Punchline is a play on the phrase "Minuteman."

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 5)

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Script
Eldon Dedini [as Dedini] (signed)
Pencils
Eldon Dedini [as Dedini] (signed)
Inks
Eldon Dedini [as Dedini] (signed)
Colors
Eldon Dedini [as Dedini] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Do you REALLY love me, or are you just infatuated with the fact that you simulate intercourse on stage with me seven times a week?
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A stage actress has doubts about her leading man's love for her.
Keywords
actors; stage

Indexer Notes

Page 105.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 6)

Vargas / cartoon / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Alberto Vargas [as Vargas] (signed, painting)
Inks
Alberto Vargas [as Vargas] (signed, painting)
Colors
Alberto Vargas [as Vargas] (signed, painting)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
At the Fourth of July picnic, I'm providing the fireworks.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A woman is clad in blue slacks, blue heels, red sash, red and blue headband, and an ultra-sheer white blouse.
Keywords
Fourth of July

Indexer Notes

Pages 112-113. A two-page pin-up. Unusual in that the woman is clothed.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 7)

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Script
Erich Sokol [as Sokol] (signed)
Pencils
Erich Sokol [as Sokol] (signed)
Inks
Erich Sokol [as Sokol] (signed)
Colors
Erich Sokol [as Sokol] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Ordinarily, it riles me when young'uns git too big for their britches!
Genre
humor
Synopsis
The town loafers are sitting on the porch of a rural Southern general store, watching a young woman walk by who's nearly outgrown her denim shorts.
Keywords
denim; geese; general store; pipe; shorts; smoking

Indexer Notes

Page 134.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 8)

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Script
Alden Erikson [as A. Erikson] (signed)
Pencils
Alden Erikson [as A. Erikson] (signed)
Inks
Alden Erikson [as A. Erikson] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Tonight at five-thirty ... on the Uptown Express ... a love-in ... Pass it on.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A strap-hanger on the subway passes on news of a love-in later that day.
Keywords
counterculture; love-in; strap-hanger; subway

Indexer Notes

Page 143.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 9)

cartoon / 0.3 page (report information)

Script
Marty Murphy (signed)
Pencils
Marty Murphy (signed)
Inks
Marty Murphy (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
One of the ever-present dangers of being on the vice squad, men, is that there are times when we can't see the trees for the forest!
Genre
humor
Synopsis
The head of a police vice squad addresses his men, two of whom are holding hands.
Keywords
homosexual; police; vice squad

Indexer Notes

Page 144.

[Crackjeracks IUD] (Table of Contents: 10)

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Script
Howard Shoemaker [as Shoemaker] (signed)
Pencils
Howard Shoemaker [as Shoemaker] (signed)
Inks
Howard Shoemaker [as Shoemaker] (signed)

Genre
humor
Synopsis
A young girl finds an intra-uterine device (IUD) as a prize in a box of Crackerjacks snacks.
Keywords
birth control; Crackerjack; IUD; prize

Indexer Notes

Page 145. A pantomime cartoon. The girl's hand obscures part of the package label, but the brand name is obvious.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 11)

cartoon / 0.4 page (report information)

Script
Brian Savage (signed)
Pencils
Brian Savage (signed)
Inks
Brian Savage (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
I've given you four years at Choate, four years at Princeton and three years at Harvard Business School. Now I'm turning over the business to you. OF COURSE it's bankrupt.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A businessman gives his son an expensive education, then turns the bankrupt family business over to him.
Keywords
bankrupt; Harvard; Princeton

Indexer Notes

Page 146.

[Turnabout] (Table of Contents: 12)

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Script
B Kliban (signed)
Pencils
B Kliban (signed)
Inks
B Kliban (signed)

Genre
humor
Synopsis
A pair of man's and woman's clothes make love, while their human bodies are draped over chairs.

Indexer Notes

Page 147. A pantomime cartoon.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 13)

cartoon / 1 page (report information)

Script
Richard Taylor [as R. Taylor] (signed)
Pencils
Richard Taylor [as R. Taylor] (signed)
Inks
Richard Taylor [as R. Taylor] (signed)
Colors
Richard Taylor [as R. Taylor] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
No, I don't believe in love at first sight. I think we should wait until you take me home.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A woman is receptive to a man's advances at a party, but would prefer to continue at her home.
Reprints
Keywords
abstract art; cocktails; couch; party

Indexer Notes

Page 148.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 14)

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Script
Michael Ffolkes [as ffolkes] (signed)
Pencils
Michael Ffolkes [as ffolkes] (signed)
Inks
Michael Ffolkes [as ffolkes] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
I thought I was tired of war movies.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
Two men leave a theatre that is has huge posters advertising its current fare—"Gestapo Ladies."
Reprints
Keywords
Gestapo; movies; whips

Indexer Notes

Page 150.

[Pop Art Operator] (Table of Contents: 15)

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Script
Vahan Shirvanian [as Shirvanian] (signed)
Pencils
Vahan Shirvanian [as Shirvanian] (signed)
Inks
Vahan Shirvanian [as Shirvanian] (signed)

Genre
humor
Synopsis
A woman is sitting in a swimsuit on a beach towel with Andy Warhol's Campbell's Soup can image on it. A man throws his beach towel beside her. It has the image of a can opener on it.
Keywords
beach; Pop art; towel

Indexer Notes

Page 151. A pantomime cartoon.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 16)

cartoon / 1 page (report information)

Script
John Dempsey (signed)
Pencils
John Dempsey (signed)
Inks
John Dempsey (signed)
Colors
John Dempsey (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
You Gordons would do anything to win a bet, wouldn't you?
Genre
humor
Synopsis
Two couples are playing golf. When one man prepares to putt, the other man pulls his wife's blouse up to distract him.
Reprints
Keywords
golf

Indexer Notes

Page 153.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 17)

cartoon / 0.33 page (report information)

Script
Buck Brown (signed)
Pencils
Buck Brown (signed)
Inks
Buck Brown (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
And the white man wonders why we never attack at night!
Genre
humor; historical
Synopsis
Plains Indians men and women pair off and go to their teepees.
Keywords
Indians; teepees

Indexer Notes

Page 154.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 18)

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Script
Malcolm Hancock [as Mal] (signed)
Pencils
Malcolm Hancock [as Mal] (signed)
Inks
Malcolm Hancock [as Mal] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Please, Arthur ... come back to me.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A wife's husband is living in a kangaroo's pouch.
Keywords
kangaroo

Indexer Notes

Page 155.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 19)

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Script
Doug Sneyd [as Sneyd] (signed)
Pencils
Doug Sneyd [as Sneyd] (signed)
Inks
Doug Sneyd [as Sneyd] (signed)
Colors
Doug Sneyd [as Sneyd] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Remember that rubbish we learned in high school about the human body being worth only ninety-seven cents?
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A woman gets dressed after sex and talks to another woman from the brothel.
Keywords
brothel; prostitution

Indexer Notes

Page 155. Part of the "Brothel" series.

[Double Visions of Script] (Table of Contents: 20)

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Script
Peter Paul Porges [as Porges] (signed)
Pencils
Peter Paul Porges [as Porges] (signed)
Inks
Peter Paul Porges [as Porges] (signed)
Letters
typeset

Genre
humor
Synopsis
An actress reads a script while visualizing a virgin praying while being burned at the stake. The director, behind his desk, visualizes the same scene with the woman nude to the waist.
Keywords
movie-making; script

Indexer Notes

Page 160. A pantomime cartoon.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 21)

cartoon / 0.4 page (report information)

Script
Marty Murphy (signed)
Pencils
Marty Murphy (signed)
Inks
Marty Murphy (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Oh, HERE you are, Gloria! I said we'd meet you under the big CLOCK!
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A woman mis-hears a meeting place and instead of going to the large clock in the art museum, stations herself under a huge statue of a nude man.
Reprints
Keywords
art museum; clock; slang; statue

Indexer Notes

Page 161.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 22)

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Script
Gahan Wilson (signed)
Pencils
Gahan Wilson (signed)
Inks
Gahan Wilson (signed)
Colors
Gahan Wilson (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Beastly sorry about all these interruptions.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A gentleman calmly talks on the telephone after shooting attackers of all types.
Reprints
Keywords
blackjack; handgun; hypodermic needle; kris; lion; shooting; snake; telephone

Indexer Notes

Page 163.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 23)

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Script
Bernard Wiseman [as B. Wiseman] (signed)
Pencils
Bernard Wiseman [as B. Wiseman] (signed)
Inks
Bernard Wiseman [as B. Wiseman] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
She was a great model!
Genre
humor
Synopsis
Two pallbearers bring a long, very thin casket from the church to the hearse after a funeral.
Keywords
casket; fashion model; funeral; hearse; pallbearers

Indexer Notes

Page 164. Punchline is based on the then-current trend for ultra-thin fashion models such as Twiggy.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 24)

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Script
Michael Ffolkes [as ffolkes] (signed)
Pencils
Michael Ffolkes [as ffolkes] (signed)
Inks
Michael Ffolkes [as ffolkes] (signed)
Colors
Michael Ffolkes [as ffolkes] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Haven't I raped you somewhere before?
Genre
humor; historical
Synopsis
A Roman soldier, in the midst of pillaging a city, thinks he recognizes one of his victims from a previous raid.
Keywords
pillage; rape; Roman

Indexer Notes

Page 167.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 25)

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Script
Dana Fradon [as D. Fradon] (signed)
Pencils
Dana Fradon [as D. Fradon] (signed)
Inks
Dana Fradon [as D. Fradon] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
I ask you—would I be doing this to you if I didn't have an airtight case?
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A lawyer giving his summary to the jury thumbs his nose at them.
Keywords
courtroom; insult; judge; jury; lawyer

Indexer Notes

Page 168.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 26)

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Script
? [as Oldden] (signed)
Pencils
? [as Oldden] (signed)
Inks
? [as Oldden] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Thar she blows.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
Fishermen in a rowboat see a mermaid on a rock tending to a nude man.
Reprints
Keywords
boat; fishermen; mermaid; slang

Indexer Notes

Page 169.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 27)

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Script
Francis Wilford-Smith [as Smilby] (signed)
Pencils
Francis Wilford-Smith [as Smilby] (signed)
Inks
Francis Wilford-Smith [as Smilby] (signed)
Colors
Francis Wilford-Smith [as Smilby] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
I just hate the way men undress you with their eyes.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
Two young women complain about men leering at them as they walk down the city sidewalk. One woman is wearing an ultra-sheer blouse, the other wears an open-weave crocheted dress, neither of which leaves anything to the imagination.
Keywords
fashion

Indexer Notes

Page 171.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 28)

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Script
Sidney Harris [as S. Harris] (signed)
Pencils
Sidney Harris [as S. Harris] (signed)
Inks
Sidney Harris [as S. Harris] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
That's IT? A TWO-MINUTE mating season?
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A female buffalo is upset by the "hit-and-run" mating of the bull buffalo walking away.
Reprints
Keywords
bison; buffalo; mating

Indexer Notes

Page 172.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 29)

cartoon / 0.3 page (report information)

Script
Buck Brown (signed)
Pencils
Buck Brown (signed)
Inks
Buck Brown (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
OK, I'll play for you guys, but I want a five-hundred-thousand dollar bonus, a three-year, no-cut contract and fifteen percent of the gate receipts.
Genre
humor; satire-parody
Synopsis
In a parody of the scene in Gulliver's Travels where Gulliver is tied down by an army of Lilliputians, this time they are just negotiating with him to play basketball for them.
Keywords
basketball; Gulliver's Travels; lilliputians; ropes

Indexer Notes

Page 173.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 30)

cartoon / 1 page (report information)

Script
John Dempsey (signed)
Pencils
John Dempsey (signed)
Inks
John Dempsey (signed)
Colors
John Dempsey (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Nonsense, Hank. I don't think teenagers are any more promiscuous today than when I was a kid.
Synopsis
A middle-aged man in a deck chair at the nudist camp has a conversation with an older man, at the same time surreptitiously fondling the breast of a young girl sunning herself next to his chair.
Keywords
nudists

Indexer Notes

Page 175. Part of the "Nudist Camp" series.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 31)

comic story / 0.2 page (report information)

Script
Bill Lee (signed)
Pencils
Bill Lee (signed)
Inks
Bill Lee (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Ralph, leave your wife and children. Run away with me.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A couple in bed has a disjointed conversation after the woman calls the man by the wrong name.
Reprints
Keywords
adultery; bed

Indexer Notes

Page 177. A three-panel comic story.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 32)

cartoon / 1 page (report information)

Script
Don Madden (signed)
Pencils
Don Madden (signed)
Inks
Don Madden (signed)
Colors
Don Madden (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
As far as I'm concerned, Sheriff, you're one of the bad guys.
Genre
humor; western-frontier
Synopsis
A woman in a brass bed berates the sheriff's performance as he's getting dressed.
Reprints
Keywords
brass bed; guns; sheriff

Indexer Notes

Page 178.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 33)

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Script
Dana Fradon [as D. Fradon] (signed)
Pencils
Dana Fradon [as D. Fradon] (signed)
Inks
Dana Fradon [as D. Fradon] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
I suppose THAT'S not 'crime in the streets'!
Genre
humor
Synopsis
Two men walk down the sidewalk and see a sign in a store window advertising "Loans 10 1/2%."
Reprints
Keywords
interest rate; loans

Indexer Notes

Page 180.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 34)

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Script
Vahan Shirvanian [as Shirvanian] (signed)
Pencils
Vahan Shirvanian [as Shirvanian] (signed)
Inks
Vahan Shirvanian [as Shirvanian] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Uh-uh-uh! Don't touch that dial!
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A television announcer makes an comment as a man in bed reaches for a woman's breast.
Keywords
catch-phrase; television

Indexer Notes

Page 182. The "Don't touch that dial" catch-phrase was common during the days of old-time radio, but was out-dated by the time this was printed.

[Slow - Children at Play] (Table of Contents: 35)

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Script
Phil Interlandi [as Interlandi] (signed)
Pencils
Phil Interlandi [as Interlandi] (signed)
Inks
Phil Interlandi [as Interlandi] (signed)

Genre
humor
Synopsis
A couple in a sports car stops when a naked young boy chases a naked young girl across the road.
Keywords
children; nude; sports car

Indexer Notes

Page 183. A pantomime cartoon. Sequence title is the sign at the side of the road.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 36)

cartoon / 0.33 page (report information)

Script
Buck Brown (signed)
Pencils
Buck Brown (signed)
Inks
Buck Brown (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
That COULDN'T be quicksand, dear, you fell in there over an hour ago!
Genre
humor; jungle
Synopsis
In the jungle, a man waits patiently for his wife to be swallowed up in a quicksand pit.
Keywords
jungle; quicksand

Indexer Notes

Page 184.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 37)

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Script
Bill Hoest [as Hoest] (signed)
Pencils
Bill Hoest [as Hoest] (signed)
Inks
Bill Hoest [as Hoest] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
When are you going to make me a star, Mr. Hotchkiss?
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A director lives up to his promise to an aspiring actress when, after a session in bed, he cuts a star out of paper for her.
Reprints
Keywords
casting couch; movie-making; scissors; starlet

Indexer Notes

Page 186.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 38)

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Script
Sidney Harris [as S. Harris] (signed)
Pencils
Sidney Harris [as S. Harris] (signed)
Inks
Sidney Harris [as S. Harris] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Hold it—this page is printed upside down.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A woman in bed gets in an awkward position before the man reading a "Guide to Sexual Love" book realizes the page is misprinted.
Reprints
Keywords
sex manual

Indexer Notes

Page 188.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 39)

cartoon / 0.4 page (report information)

Script
Bud Handelsman [as Handelsman] (signed)
Pencils
Bud Handelsman [as Handelsman] (signed)
Inks
Bud Handelsman [as Handelsman] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Just one little thing. In the ideal city of the future, I don't think we want the main shopping center quite so close to the ghetto.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
Two city-planners run into a problem.
Keywords
city-planning; ghetto

Indexer Notes

Page 189.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 40)

cartoon / 0.2 page (report information)

Script
Cliff Roberts (signed)
Pencils
Cliff Roberts (signed)
Inks
Cliff Roberts (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
I'm a bed wetter.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A psychiatrist is unsettled when the man on his couch says he's a bed-wetter.
Reprints
Keywords
bed-wetter; couch; psychiatrist

Indexer Notes

Page 191.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 41)

cartoon / 1 page (report information)

Script
E. Simms Campbell (signed)
Pencils
E. Simms Campbell (signed)
Inks
E. Simms Campbell (signed)
Colors
E. Simms Campbell (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Before I decide on any deal, I prefer to sleep on it.
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A sultan is undecided about buying an addition to his harem.
Reprints
Keywords
camels; harem; nude; slave market; sultan

Indexer Notes

Page 193.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 42)

cartoon / 0.4 page (report information)

Script
Brian Savage (signed)
Pencils
Brian Savage (signed)
Inks
Brian Savage (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
We're going into our landing pattern now. Would you like something to read?
Genre
humor
Synopsis
When an airliner goes into its landing pattern, a stewardess hands out reading material for the passengers to pass the time until they actually start landing.
Keywords
airliner; magazines; stewardess

Indexer Notes

Page 194.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 43)

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Script
Arnold Wiles (signed)
Pencils
Arnold Wiles (signed)
Inks
Arnold Wiles (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Brother Anthony!
Genre
humor; religious
Synopsis
A monk disapproves when the halo over another monk's head is shaped like the medical symbol for woman.
Reprints
Keywords
halo; monk

Indexer Notes

Page 195.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 44)

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Script
Lee Lorenz [as Lorenz] (signed)
Pencils
Lee Lorenz [as Lorenz] (signed)
Inks
Lee Lorenz [as Lorenz] (signed)
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Blast it, Miss Honan—it's not the third-quarter figures on the Belding account I want—it's YOU!
Genre
humor
Synopsis
A businessman can't resist his secretary any longer.
Keywords
secretary

Indexer Notes

Page 196.

[Underground Press] (Table of Contents: 45)

Little Annie Fanny / comic story / 3.7 pages (report information)

Script
Harvey Kurtzman
Pencils
Will Elder (painting)
Inks
Will Elder (painting)
Colors
Will Elder (painting)
Letters
?

Genre
satire-parody
Characters
Benton Battbarton; Annie Fanny; Ralphie Towzer; Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers (cameo)
Synopsis
Spoof of underground newspapers.
Reprints
Keywords
adult; underground comix; underground newspaper

Indexer Notes

Story contains Robert Crumb and Gilbert Shelton one page black and white stories (printed small) created especially for this story at Kurtzman's request. East Village Mother is a play on "East Village Other." Crumb and Shelton stories are indexed separately, with separate page counts. Credits read "by Harvey Kurtzman and Will Elder." Title from Kurtman's records. Story was originally five pages, but final page was condensed into part of page four by order of Hugh Hefner, who later wished the scene had been edited further. (from annotations in Playboy's Little Annie Fanny (Dark Horse, 2000 series) Volume 2.)

Angelfood McSpade (Table of Contents: 46)

Angelfood McSpade / comic story / 0.15 page (report information)

Script
Robert Crumb [as R. Crumb] (signed)
Pencils
Robert Crumb [as R. Crumb] (signed)
Inks
Robert Crumb [as R. Crumb] (signed)
Letters
Robert Crumb [as R. Crumb] (signed)

Genre
satire-parody
Characters
Angelfood McSpade; Mr. Natural; Hugh M. Hefner
Synopsis
Angelfood tries to become a Playboy bunny.
Reprints
Keywords
adult; African-American; Playboy bunny; racism

Indexer Notes

Black and white story, used in small size as a page of an underground newspaper in Sequence 44. Drawn especially for the Little Annie Fanny story at Harvey Kurtzman's request.

The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers (Table of Contents: 47)

Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers / comic story / 0.15 page (report information)

Script
Gilbert Shelton
Pencils
Gilbert Shelton
Inks
Gilbert Shelton
Letters
Gilbert Shelton

Genre
satire-parody
Characters
Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers
Synopsis
The Freak Brothers smoke cannabis and get high.
Reprints
Keywords
adult; marijuana; water pipe

Indexer Notes

Black and white story, used in small size as a page of an underground newspaper in Sequence 44; part of story copied from "The Freaks Pull a Heist", first printed in Radical America Volume III (SDS, 1969 series) #1. Story used as part of Little Annie Fanny story, created at the request of Harvey Kurtzman.

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Table of Contents
  1. 1. ["Er ... it's the man from Edison—there was a malfunction in the electric blanket."]
  2. 2. ["You were saying at the office today, Miss Dunsmore, that in this troubled world, we must learn to live together."]
  3. 3. ["Prepare for the worst, Harold, I only took along enough pills for the two-week cruise."]
  4. 4. ["I'll be right with you, Captain. This will only take a minute!"]
  5. 5. ["Do you REALLY love me, or are you just infatuated with the fact that you simulate intercourse on stage with me seven times a week?"]
  6. 6. ["At the Fourth of July picnic, I'm providing the fireworks."]
    Vargas
  7. 7. ["Ordinarily, it riles me when young'uns git too big for their britches!"]
  8. 8. ["Tonight at five-thirty ... on the Uptown Express ... a love-in ... Pass it on."]
  9. 9. ["One of the ever-present dangers of being on the vice squad, men, is that there are times when we can't see the trees for the forest!"]
  10. 10. [Crackjeracks IUD]
  11. 11. ["I've given you four years at Choate, four years at Princeton and three years at Harvard Business School. Now I'm turning over the business to you. OF COURSE it's bankrupt."]
  12. 12. [Turnabout]
  13. 13. ["No, I don't believe in love at first sight. I think we should wait until you take me home."]
  14. 14. ["I thought I was tired of war movies."]
  15. 15. [Pop Art Operator]
  16. 16. ["You Gordons would do anything to win a bet, wouldn't you?"]
  17. 17. ["And the white man wonders why we never attack at night!"]
  18. 18. ["Please, Arthur ... come back to me."]
  19. 19. ["Remember that rubbish we learned in high school about the human body being worth only ninety-seven cents?"]
  20. 20. [Double Visions of Script]
  21. 21. ["Oh, HERE you are, Gloria! I said we'd meet you under the big CLOCK!"]
  22. 22. ["Beastly sorry about all these interruptions."]
  23. 23. ["She was a great model!"]
  24. 24. ["Haven't I raped you somewhere before?"]
  25. 25. ["I ask you—would I be doing this to you if I didn't have an airtight case?"]
  26. 26. ["Thar she blows."]
  27. 27. ["I just hate the way men undress you with their eyes."]
  28. 28. ["That's IT? A TWO-MINUTE mating season?"]
  29. 29. ["OK, I'll play for you guys, but I want a five-hundred-thousand dollar bonus, a three-year, no-cut contract and fifteen percent of the gate receipts."]
  30. 30. ["Nonsense, Hank. I don't think teenagers are any more promiscuous today than when I was a kid."]
  31. 31. ["Ralph, leave your wife and children. Run away with me."]
  32. 32. ["As far as I'm concerned, Sheriff, you're one of the bad guys."]
  33. 33. ["I suppose THAT'S not 'crime in the streets'!"]
  34. 34. ["Uh-uh-uh! Don't touch that dial!"]
  35. 35. [Slow - Children at Play]
  36. 36. ["That COULDN'T be quicksand, dear, you fell in there over an hour ago!"]
  37. 37. ["When are you going to make me a star, Mr. Hotchkiss?"]
  38. 38. ["Hold it—this page is printed upside down."]
  39. 39. ["Just one little thing. In the ideal city of the future, I don't think we want the main shopping center quite so close to the ghetto."]
  40. 40. ["I'm a bed wetter."]
  41. 41. ["Before I decide on any deal, I prefer to sleep on it."]
  42. 42. ["We're going into our landing pattern now. Would you like something to read?"]
  43. 43. ["Brother Anthony!"]
  44. 44. ["Blast it, Miss Honan—it's not the third-quarter figures on the Belding account I want—it's YOU!"]
  45. 45. [Underground Press]
    Little Annie Fanny
  46. 46. Angelfood McSpade
    Angelfood McSpade
  47. 47. The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers
    Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers
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